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Visiting the snow covered Old Mill is one of the best things to do in Pigeon Forge in February.

4 of the Best Things to Do in Pigeon Forge in February

February in Pigeon Forge means that love is in the air! Whether you’re in town for Valentine’s Day or another time of the month, you’ll find that the Smoky Mountains provide the perfect romantic backdrop for a special getaway with your sweetheart. Of course, February also brings a number of excellent events that your whole family will love too! To help you make the most of your trip, Visit My Smokies has put together a guide to all of the best things to do in Pigeon Forge in February.

1. Sweetheart Month at the Titanic MuseumPhoto of the outside of the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge.

Thanks to the blockbuster movie directed by James Cameron, the Titanic has become a symbol of eternal love. During the month of February, the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge celebrates romance with Sweetheart Month. This special celebration sheds a light on some of the beautiful real-life love stories that took place on the Titanic.

The museum’s crew is also offering their services to help visitors celebrate their love. The Titanic Museum’s breathtaking Grand Staircase is available for marriage proposals, wedding ceremonies, and vow renewals. The ship’s Captain Smith will even officiate! To reserve the Grand Staircase for a special romantic event, you can contact the Titanic Museum at 1-800-381-7670.

Smoky Mountain Christmas lights at the Pigeon Forge Trolley Station.2. See the Winterfest Lights 

February is the last month to see Pigeon Forge’s beautiful Winterfest lights! During the winter season, our Smoky Mountain city is decked out with over 5 million LED lights that are arranged in a variety of gorgeous displays. Some of the most popular Winterfest displays include the flag being raised at Iwo Jima, the Liberty Bell, and nursery rhyme characters like Humpty Dumpty, Mother Goose, the Cat and the Fiddle, and the giant clock from Hickory Dickory Dock. For a free guide to all of the light displays in town, stop by the Pigeon Forge Trolley Office or the Pigeon Forge Welcome Center.

A romantic couple enjoying wine in front of a cabin fireplace.3. Valentine’s Day in a Pigeon Forge Cabin

What could be more romantic than celebrating Valentine’s Day at a cabin in the mountains? The Pigeon Forge area is full of charming one bedroom cabin rentals with everything you need for an unforgettable escape with the one you love. Soak the evening away in your private Jacuzzi tub, or cuddle together in front of the fireplace. Watching the sun set behind the Smokies while sitting on your deck with your sweetheart by your side is a truly magical experience. To see a convenient list of over 700 properties in the area, check out all of our Pigeon Forge cabins.

4. Visit Indoor AttractionsThe WonderWorks museum in Pigeon Forge on a snowy day.

The winter weather in Pigeon Forge is relatively mild, with average daily highs reaching the 50s during the month of February. However, the colder temperatures are still a great excuse to visit some of the area’s fantastic indoor attractions. Here are just a few of our favorites:

  • Flyaway Indoor Skydiving
  • WonderWorks
  • Titanic Museum Attraction
  • Hollywood Wax Museum
  • MagiQuest
  • Big Top Arcade
  • The Ole Smoky Moonshine Barn at The Island

To keep up with all of the great things to do in Pigeon Forge in February and beyond, check out our Pigeon Forge Events Calendar!